Two good articles I wanted to point out. Nothing you won't have thought of yourself, but well expressed and worth a look.
First, Conrad Black--there's a lot of good stuff in this article, but here's a sample paragraph:
The wheels are coming off the rickety anti-Trump coalition in all four directions.
The FBI and senior echelons of the intelligence services were politically compromised, a massively illegal and fraudulent investigation of the elected president was conducted, two utterly spurious impeachment attempts were thrown at him and the coronavirus pandemic was invoked to produce the most seriously tainted presidential election result in the country’s history. The Supreme Court may have made the correct political decision when it declined to adjudicate the case, given how tempestuous the response would have been if it had overturned the result of the election, but it was still an abdication. They presumably acted as they did to assure that there would be no move to pack the court with Democrats, and they may now be in a position to reassert the Constitution as the controversies generated by the new administration percolate up to it.
It's optimistic, and maybe we need some of that.
Second, if Politico says the wheels are falling off the Sedition Hoax (or should I say Insurrection Hoax?), then you know things are looking bad for the Dems. This article is at Red State:
Pretty hard to argue with that, even if you were inclined to do so.
Within the article this tweet thread is embedded:
Huh. You mean to tell me the political op to turn a bunch of yahoos into “insurrectionists” and “threats to democracy” was fake? Politico even leads with the key point—Democrats being disappointed. https://t.co/4nxP75j9YR pic.twitter.com/qonUFzvzSt— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) March 30, 2021
Read the whole thread here, but note this:
In service of a partisan Democrat and media information war, the government had overcharged these defendants in order to hype the severity of what is actually a phantom menace.
At the very least, the inability of the DOJ to make any of the most absurd “sedition” charges stick should make people realize how crooked and evil this whole cynical thing has been.
Instead, they’ll crow about “white privilege” rather than conclude they may’ve been lied to.
In other news, Zhou's dog is now a serial biter. Shouldn't dogs like that be put down? Imagine if Trump had had a dog that was a serial biter!